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Classwork Series {English Language – SS1}: Oral English – Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds

English Language SS1 Week 1 Contents: Oral English: Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds Reading Skills Vocabulary A. Introduction Many sounds in English go in pairs. This means that they are the same but one is "voiced" while the other is "unvoiced" (voiceless).  When a sound is voiced, the vocal cords vibrate. When a sound is unvoiced, [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Government – SS2}: Non-Alignment

Government, SS 2, Week 4 Topic: NON-ALIGNMENT Contents: Meaning of Non-alignment Origin of Non- aligned movement Aims and objectives of non aligned movement Factors that stimulate the formation of non-aligned movement Non- Alignment Non alignment is defined as non-commitment of a nation to either the west or the east bloc usually on international issues. It [...]

Government – Military Rule In Nigeria

Military Rule In Nigeria Content: Characteristics of Military Rule Reasons for Military Intervention In Nigeria The Structure of Military Rule in  Nigeria Achievements of Military Rule in Nigeria The Weakness or Failure of Military Regime in Nigeria Introduction Nigeria's first military junta began following the 1966 Nigerian coup d'état which overthrew Prime Minister Alhaji Sir [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – SS1}: Countable/Uncountable Nouns and Diphthongs

English Language SS1 Week 3 Contents: Structure: Countable and Uncountable Nouns Spoken English: Diphthongs Comprehension A. Countable and Uncountable Nouns In your junior secondary school course, you have learned that there are two types of common noun - countable and uncountable. E.g. table, dog, house are countable nouns while electricity, water, sugar are uncountable nouns. [...]

Classwork Series – Civic Education: Short Comings In Public Service

Reasons for Short comings in Public Service Colonial Influence: Most public corporations incorporated in Nigeria during the colonial era are no longer inform since the departure of colonial masters who were the initiators of this public corporation. Some of these public corporations were seized and manipulated by private individuals into their own private businesses. Corruption: [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – JSS1} Part of Speech : Verb and Diphthong (Phonemes)

English Language JSS 1 Week 5 Contents: Phonemes II : Diphthong Part of Speech : Verb Diphthong A diphthong is a  combination of two vowel sounds, one after the other. There is movement or "glide" between the two parts of the sound. For example, to say the /eɪ/ diphthong, like in the word "cake" (/keɪk/) [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Biology – S3}: Nervous Co-ordination

Week: 5 Topic: Nervous Co-ordination Introduction The behavior of an animal in its environment to maintain itself depends on the coordination of its organ systems. Without co-ordination of various organ systems, various physiological processes would work in a haphazard way, without linking together activities. The linking together in time and space of various activities of [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – JSS 1}: Elements of Literature

Contents: Reading and Writing Elements of Literature Reading and Writing Three Study Hints Do you sometimes find it difficult  to understand some of your textbooks when you are studying? If so, here are three suggestions: A good way to approach any work in Science (or any other school subject) is by first looking at any [...]

Oral Sounds In English Language

Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds Many sounds in English go in pairs. This means that they are the same but one is "voiced" while the other is "unvoiced" (voiceless).  When a sound is voiced, the vocal cords vibrate. When a sound is unvoiced, the vocal cords do not vibrate. Why not put this to test? Put [...]

English Language – Commonly Misspelled Words and Idioms.

English Language SS1 Week 1 Contents: Commonly Misspelled Words Idioms A. Commonly Misspelled Words In written language, spelling is the choice and arrangement of letters that form words, it can also mean, forming of words with letters in an accepted order; orthography (the act or process of writing words using the letter conventionally accepted for [...]

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